James Stewart, Chairman, Global Infrastructure, KPMG
James joined KPMG in May 2011. He is Chairman of KPMG’s Global Infrastructure practice. In the last 6 years James has visited nearly 60 countries to discuss their infrastructure investment plans and marquee projects.
Prior to joining KPMG, James was based in the Treasury as the CEO at Infrastructure UK (IUK). James’ role at IUK included publication of the first UK National Infrastructure Plan, and publication of the Infrastructure Cost Review in 2010.
From May 2000 to December 2009, James was the CEO at Partnerships UK (PUK).
The recently unveiled UK Government National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline is estimated at over £500 billion. Whilst it serves to provide a greater certainty to investors, private sector and suppliers, this record infrastructure pipeline is designed to make a real difference to people’s lives from quicker and easier journeys, to better broadband access and building […]
The UK Chancellor’s Autumn Statement announcement regarding the new £23 billion National Productivity Investment Fund included infrastructure investments of over £2.6 billion to improve transport networks, a multi-million pound package to accelerate the future of broadband and £7.2 billion to support the construction of new homes. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will receive more money […]